(Recasts, adds detail) BUENOS AIRES, Argentina, Feb 17 (Reuters) - Argentina's industrial production rose 4.8 percent in January compared with the same month last year, falling well below expectations because of a slowdown in the automotive industry, the Economy Ministry said on Friday. Auto plants were virtually shut down in January as most of Argentina's leading carmakers agreed to allow workers to take vacation during the peak of the summer season. Industrial output failed to match ...
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